Deus Cafe on Navigli Milan

Deus Cafe on Navigli Milan

Via Sartirana, 1 Angolo Via Vigevano, Milan Italy |

One thing always leads to another. So, only a few months after the opening of Deus Cycleworks Cafe (Via Cavallotti 8, just next to Duomo) the Deus family has given birth to the third son in Milan: the Deus Cafe on Navigli, on the corner with Via Vigevano.

Under the spotlight, are the kitchen and bar so all attention is all on the menu with hot meals available all day long. Open seven days a week from morning to late night, the Deus Cafe is welcoming new and familiar customers, workers and tourists, riders resting en route and cyclists passing by, from the early breakfast to the after-dinner snack.

Like every Deus location, stepping through the door you’ll find yourself surrounded by all the elements recalling the passion and activities that make the Deus Ex Machina world keep on rolling. Surfboards, wall graphics, helmets, and tanks take part in the design of the space, giving it a special and unique atmosphere.

On the menu are some of the classics from the Deus cuisine- a selection with strength in its diversity: sliding your index finger down the list, is like going around the world flying from a classic Deus Burger to the traditional Bucatini Cacio e Pepe, to the Indonesian Nasi Goreng.

From the break of day, followed by a traditional Italian breakfast, through to lunchtime with tasty daily dishes and everyday menu, the Deus Cafe satisfies the demand of those looking for a safe happy harbor from the grind of the city. Saturday and Sunday the doors stay open for the essential bunch with international recipes.

For those wandering around Navigli, maybe with plans not to return home too early, no matter with 2 strokes or 4, with an engine or pedals, running on diesel or petrol, at Deus Café it’s possible to find the right fuel for any kind of night. A wide and curated supply of wines and cocktails is the right kick start, whatever the plan is.

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